Tuesday, 25 October 2011

10 Best Waterviews in the World

The landscape beauty of waterviews, certainly very interesting for everyone to visit. It was quiet with beautiful scenery while driving along on the water really gives the atmosphere relaxed and soothing. For those of you who love this atmosphere, some places in the world is able to provide an experience that can arouse your passions in respect nature. Are you interested to visit it? Here are 10 best waters in the world, as quoted from page nationalgeographic.com.

1. Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Zambia

Rumble and fog always came when the water began to fall from the Zambezi River into the gorge as high as 328 feet (100 meters) down. Victoria is one of the largest waterfalls in the world that lies between the countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe, Africa. The best time to visit is when water volume is not high and the flow of rushing water. Also avoid traveling in the rainy season (from mid-November through April).

2. Canal Venice, Italy

Venice became a mainstay of popular water attractions in Italy. Various canals and gondolas (water boat) to create the most romantic atmosphere in this world. During this trip you will easily see the Grand Canal, Palazzo ancient buildings and the Rialto Bridge from the top gondola. Venice is a city built on water. Often the city is also referred to as a floating city with 150 water channel that connects nearly 700 small islands in the vicinity.

3. Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Great Barrier Reef is the largest reef system in the world that occupies an area of 344,400 square kilometers of sea coral. In this place at least has found more than 2,900 different types of reefs and 900 islands. Because of its beauty, the Great Barrier Reef has been designated a World Heritage site in the land of the kangaroo. More than 10,000 species, including 1,500 species of fish and 200 species of birds, living in this region. Hundreds of thousands of visitors often come to the Great Barrier Reef for diving, snorkeling and boating every tahunnya.Great Barrier Reef located off the coast of Queensland, or more precisely in northeastern Australia.

4. Li River, China

The flow of the river at this place is so quiet and well bypassed by boat raft made of bamboo. Landscape in the waters of Li is very charming, especially when the fog fell and blanketed several parts of the river and surrounding mountain peaks. During a trip on the Li River, a variety of interesting activities is easily seen from the boat. Starting from the beauty of the terraced rice fields (terraces) up to a buffalo cart being pulled in the middle of rice fields. Li River in Guilin and Yangshuo between the towns along the 51 miles (83 kilometers).

5. Lake Baikal, Russia

"Galapagos of Russia" or nickname for Lake Baikal is one of the richest environments in the world's most rare for the life of freshwater fauna. In winter, Baikal freezes into ice and liquid from the heat again. Lake in southeastern Siberia. This is the largest lake, the deepest and oldest (25 million years) in the world. The natural beauty of Lake Baikal can you see from the top of Barguzin Mountains

6. Lake Como, Italy

Thousands of years ago the lake was formed by a glacier that carved peaks and valleys of the Alps to the Lombard region (48 miles) north of Milan, Italy. Includes the waters of Lake Como area of 146 square kilometers between Careno and Argegno. In addition to a large lake in the country of Italy, Como has long been known as a "mirror of Venus", which means that this lake has a calm blue water and surrounded by many luxurious villas, ancient mountains and rural areas.

7. Suez Canal, Egypt

These waters had been made of the colonial British Empire (1859-1869) as the most effective liaison between the Mediterranean Sea with the Red Sea sepanjang160 kilometers. Maybe if no place is, everyone who sailed from Italy to Singapore must pass through the territory in southern Africa in time and a longer distance. But for now, you can sail through the Suez Canal in Egypt, surrounded by the dry and barren.

8. Bora-Bora, South Pacific

The beauty of the island of Bora-Bora in the South Pacific this could be the best in the world. This is a tropical blue lagoon surrounded by coral reefs and volcanoes. Usually people choose waters in Bora-bora as a place for snorkeling and diving or relax on white sand beaches.

9. River Nile, Egypt

Unlike the Suez, the Nile is better known as the longest river in the world. Nile River flows along the 6650 km or 4132 miles and splitting some countries, like Egypt, Ethiopia, Zaire, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi and Sudan. Area of land along the Nile River basin is also to be fertile, so that locals are able to farm and get a good livelihood.

10. Dead Sea, Israel

It looks dead sea in Israel and Jordan this. Even the Dead Sea also occupies the lowest on earth (with a coastline of about 400 meters) below sea level. Uniquely, if you soak in this place will not drown. The reason is the content of salt in the Dead Sea is very high and the water that flows into the Dead Sea evaporates into the air leaving a lot of minerals.

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